Syougi no Tatsujin

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Syougi no Tatsujin
Basic Information
Video Game
SNK Playmore
CD-ROM (Neo Geo CD), 
Cartridge (Neo Geo Pocket Color)
ROM (Arcade)
8-way joystick, gamepad
Arcade, Neo Geo CD and Neo Geo Pocket Color
Retail Features
Gameplay-Single-player.pngGameplay-2-player Vs.png
Play Information
Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
Arcade machines and Neo Geo CD
Neo Geo Pocket Color
March 191999
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Syougi no Tatsujin (literally Master of Syougi) is a 1995 puzzle video game. It was released in Arcades in 1995 before being ported to the Neo Geo CD the same year. It was ported in a scaled-down version to the Neo Geo Pocket Color. It was only released in Japan.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Syougi no Tatsujin is a Japanese style chess game. In single player mode the player must compete against computerized opponents (represented by a digitized photograph) to win the tournament. In two player mode, each player competes against each another.

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